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Palacio de Jabalquinto, Baeza

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  • This is worth 10 minutes to admire- you don't go beyond the courtyard but there's much to admire in pretty Baeza  more »
  • Baeza is full of beautiful buildings and this is one of the nicer ones not to be missed Better to look inside as well as out  more »
  • Fabulous outside in a wonderful square; inside very impressive too, as it has been restored as part of the twentieth century university.  more »
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  • . Amazing! Like a lot of the rest of the town, this Renaissance-style palace has somehow managed to survive the vicissitudes of the centuries to present this beautiful face today. It has obviously been modernised and restored, as it now has electric lights, central heating and modern plumbing, all unknown when it was built, of course! But it has been done so sympathetically that it does not intrude on the original splendour. You must go inside - it's a university college but just walk straight in - and see the cloister. You can sit there a while and ponder, read a book. Preferably not eat a sandwich - it is a place of learning and not a picnic place! Take photos - it's gorgeous inside and out. .
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  • City jewel of the Renaissance along with Ubeda, well-preserved, nice view, clean, well signposted. You have to see the Cathedral of the Nativity, Palace of Jabalquinto, Church of Santa Cruz, plaza del Pópulo, historic centre, new casino.
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